Tutorial: a display stand made of recycled wood necklaces!

Tutorial: a display stand made of recycled wood necklaces!

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Fashion, DIY, cooking, and lifestyle, this is the recipe of the pretty blog A touch of pink. For two years, Fanny has been sharing her favorites, her little tricks and her inspirations. Today, we find it for a smart and decorative tutorial, a jewelry display stand in reclaimed wood!


You will need: - a piece of driftwood (or something like that). Mine is about 60cm x 8cm wide x 3cm thick. - several door handles (mine come from>), their number depends on the length of your piece of wood. Here I used 6. - two screw fasteners - a drill with a 5mm drill (diameter of the handle screws), and a 3mm drill (diameter of the fasteners). - a piece of string - a marker


1. Start by marking the locations where your handles will be screwed. Make sure that the intervals are regular so that it is visually top! Using your drill, make holes on these marks.
2. Screw your handles into the holes.
3. Mark the locations where your fasteners will be screwed, then make holes the length of the fastener screw. Screw them, then pass a piece of string and tie the ends securely.


Tadaaammmm! All you have to do is hang it on the wall and hang your necklaces and scarves on it!

Thanks to Fanny for her creation! Did you like this tutorial? Send us photos of your necklace displays on our Facebook page, and find more ideas on our Pinterest!